Morning Dew, Beat It On Down The Line, Ramble On Rose, Jack Straw, Wave That Flag#, Looks Like Rain, Box Of Rain, They Love Each Other, The Race Is On, Row Jimmy, El Paso, Bird Song, Playin' In The Band
Eyes Of The World > Stella Blue, Big River, Here Comes Sunshine, Around And Around, Dark Star > He's Gone > Wharf Rat > Truckin', Sugar Magnolia
It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry*^, That's Alright Mama*^, Promised Land*, Not Fade Away* > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad* > Drums* > Not Fade Away*, Johnny B. Goode*
Wet Willie And The Allman Brothers Band Opened
* - w/ Butch Trucks, Dickey Betts And Merl Saunders ^ - First Time Played # - Last Time Played
July 12, 2020 Subject:
GRATEFUL DEAD SHOW JFK STADIUM 1973
GRATEFUL DEAD SHOW .. 1973 LIVE .. i had a stage pass to this show that horn got..ate lobster with jerry garcia and weir..first time i ever saw heineken beer..i hauled pallets of it for them..i found a taste for it after that !!!!..electric factory promotions put the show on..they took a 20 bill , ripped it in half and gave me the other half 2 days later !,,,they did this to make sure i would hang in there for 2 days ..wow...the allman bros where there also..i saw red dog the roadie beat the living crap out a guy who jumped the stage and was heading for the wall of mcintosh power..the roadie herd and i got along just fine..something illegal in the day went on there between us 2..greatest show ive ever been to..i still have the 2 metal badges that were the passes..i was 14 at the time..tom oxtoby
June 6, 2020 Subject:
This was my third show, (yes, I'm getting old) -I'd already been enveloped in the joy of the day before. Got some good photos on the ninth. It was a very special afternoon and night- I'll never forget it. The performance live was definately better than what you get from the SNBDs loaded here. They were so ON I was in heaven. I drifted here and there only about 30 ft. from the stage, dead center. Listening to the first few bars of this Morning Dew again literally gives me goosebumps. The day before was amazing, and I hardly expected them to surpass it, but they did. And the 98 deg. heat both days didn't really phase us much, because we were so stoked, and high from the music.
I'm a big fan of Birdsong, largely for the jams they did within it, and this one is the longest I know of...beautifully rendered. PITB follows to end the first set, and by this time it was completely dark...and we all got a mind-blowing surprise. Right when the final bars of Playin' started, the refrain, someone in the sound booth out in the audience set off some major fireworks. So, during the final chords of the song, we get this visual extravaganza, everybody with their heads tilted back, gazing up in major euphoria.
Even though a bit of the magic from how extremely tight they were is lost in these recordings, it's still a great stream, especially Charlie Miller's transfer. Buy yourself a really good desktop stereo if you haven't already, and enjoy!
December 14, 2016 Subject:
By far the best version of this show. Thank you Mr. Seamons!